Rated 1 out of 5 by Itrustchewy The Worse
Your cat's urine makes this stuff smell like old vomit or lefted out 4 day old Ramen and eggs. I can't believe I paid for this. I nearly vomited when I cleaned his litter. Threw it out in less than a week.
July 18, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by Brian So far so good
I have been using for a few days. It doesn't clump quite as well as clay clumping litter but...... it is better for the environment, looks just like regular litter except for color. I have not noticed any smell. And I have been flushing down the toilet. I put in the the toilet and wait about 20 minutes and then flush, giving time for the clumped urine pieces to break apart. So I am not using more plastic bags which is good. I am interested to see how long it last. My cats are using it without issue. I did a small transition mixing old with new for a day or two until the litter in the box had run down enough for me to dump the entire old litter. The only reason I have given it 4 stars instead of 5 is for the clumping. But I think the benefits outweigh this minor trait.
June 7, 2016
Rated 1 out of 5 by PussandBoots Not a good choice.
My husband hates this cat litter. When the cat urinates, the wet litter is scattered. He ends up scooping a lot of the good litter out with the bad, just so that he can remove the urine. He said it doesn't clump well. Even before it was first used, the litter smelled like kerosene. It made my bedroom smell like that too, and I removed it from the room. I had a diabetic cat and I think that whatever was on that litter to make it smell that way, made my sick cat worse. The color of it is dull, like a grayish blond. It was hard for me to tell whether it was wheat litter or the gray clay litter. Also, if the urinated litter is not cleaned up soon, it makes a hard substance on the bottom of the litter box that is hard to remove with the scooper. The multi-cat version does this too. I liked that version at first, but I got tired of sifting it to remove the good litter, and then end up with urinated litter in the box. I don't want to hurt Chewy.com by reporting this, but I do think the manufacturer messed up on the original recipe some way and should either do a recall or remove it from the market.
March 31, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5
by Fatherof3 Far less dust than Clay-based litter
The paper pellet litter from the Green-centric competition is too course for my feline feet. The dust from clay based litters is a constant hazard since our cat pan is enclosed inside a piece of cabinetry custom build for our 3 cats. This Wheat-based litter clumps quickly and makes clean-outs fast. Works well. Watch for special pricing that Chewy's has on the product every now and then and stock up.
June 6, 2016
Rated 3 out of 5 by fauxpawsa12 It does not have clay like other cat litter.
My senior cat has some leg issues and litter with clay made her feet like dipped in cement. This litter is expensive, you have to clean the cat box everyday, you have to discard the whole inside the cat box every 2 weeks max, and a lot is wasted. It does not clump and you waste alot.
June 3, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by KbInNC great litter
Hi ~ Since SwheatScoop was released in the mid-1990s my cats have been using it. Since the late 1980s at least 3cats have lived with me, for the last 15years 6cats have lived with me; and all have used SwheatScoop faithfully. I have read reviews about grainmoths in the litter but I've never had a problem.
SwheatScoop is wheat not suitable for human cons- umption, being a litter it still gives the farmers an income and keeps the wheat out of landfill & after use it is flushable. I will continue to buy it.
May 12, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bunny fabulous
I have inherited my sister Carol's three cats. She has always used this litter, which is a new brand to me. It's fabulous. No dust , all natural , no smell. Carol had very good taste in all things and it comes as no surprise that her choice of cat litter was top notch.
May 14, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Streikoneko Wonderful Litter
As a newbie cat mother, I was desperately searching for the best litter for my kitty. I work in a veterinary/ animal care based setting and have seen enough asthmatic cats to fear the consequences of clay litter. Knowing I'd want something more natural (and being gentle on the Earth is always a plus) I started searching for cat litters. I started with Feline Pine. It was interesting, but because I still had to throw a bag out everyday, I was still contributing to landfills. I had heard a good deal about the dust that comes with World's Best Cat Litter and wanted to try Swheat Scoop next. Alas, I don't believe I'll ever get to testing World's Best as Swheat Scoop does such a great job. It doesn't give me a super strong, tight clump- but I'm not looking to bash anyone's head in with a chunk of litter anyways. The clumps are hard enough that I can scoop them out (and I scoop once a day) and only occasionally have to deal with it breaking into pieces- although smaller bits do flake off if I sift too hard. That being said, because the pieces of litter are fairly large in size, they easy get knocked off my kitty's paws when he steps onto our litter mat so there's less tracking around the house now. The litter is flushable and doesn't stain the toilet bowl. There's a bit of dust, but nothing compared to clay litters. Yes, there is a faint grain smell, but I bought a grain based litter. It comes with the territory. All in all, I'm very pleased with this litter and believe I'll never need to try another brand.
May 9, 2016